Photo Album: Mizzou Engineers at the Summer Research Forum
Each year, students from Mizzou and other colleges and universities spend the summer working on undergraduate research at Mizzou Engineering. Exploring research questions ranging from materials science to neuroscience, they examine how the world functions and how engineers can make it better.
REU: Students explore consumer networking technologies
Undergraduate students from across the country spent 10 weeks at Mizzou Engineering this summer conducting research around technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), computer vision, cybersecurity and large language models like ChatGPT.
REU: Students study perspective analytics for AI-enabled operations engineering
Ten students spent 10 weeks at Mizzou Engineering this summer learning about artificial intelligence (AI) models and how to best analyze large data sets.
REU: Undergraduates explore materials science across engineering disciplines
Students participating in a materials science-focused summer program have spent nine weeks at Mizzou Engineering getting hands on research experience.
REU: Students learn to use computational resources across disciplines
Undergraduates from across the country learned how to utilize computational resources in their respective fields during a 10-week program at Mizzou.
Mizzou Engineering launching new REU focused on AI, prescriptive analytics
Undergraduate students interested in emerging technologies are invited to apply for a new immersive research program at Mizzou.
Team studies virtual reality platforms using new CAVE
The team attempted to develop a new software that can create large-scale virtual models in the CAVE on campus.
10 students, 10 weeks, 5 real-world research experiences
Students from around the state and country gained valuable experience in the Research Experience for Undergraduates program.
Oruche Receives Stipend from Koerner Family Foundation
A Mizzou Engineering student has received a $10,000 supplemental stipend from the Koerner Family Foundation. And for Roland Oruche, the funding could not have come at a better time.